Posts Tagged ‘Municipal Elections’

Will the municipal election be bad news for your landlord?

  It’s well known around Halifax that undergraduate students are financially naïve –especially when it comes to dealing with landlords. Whether you’re away from home for the first time, or maybe just strapped for cash, finding a cheap place to live can be treacherous. It’s all fair game for the landlords in this city, and…

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Candidate Profile: Mike Savage

The walls of Mike Savage’s Dartmouth campaign office are covered with t-shirts reading “I Like Mike.” Tweens, senior citizens, political veterans, optimistic newcomers, and even a little dog fill the small office with banter, laughs and the smell of the coffee. Everyone is coming together for the purpose of getting Savage reelected as Mayor of…

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Q&A: Gerry Walsh

The finish line is in sight—we’re nearing the end of the race for the HRM. This week’s Q&A is with Gerry Walsh, one of five candidates competing for district seven. The DSU will be hosting voter registration in the SUB on Oct. 15 and 16. The election will be held Oct. 20.   Gerry Walsh…

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Student Union seeks city lobbyist

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Applications open until Friday, Dec. 23 The Dalhousie Student Union is looking to ring in the new year with a new student advocate for Halifax issues. “One thing that’s interesting is that the student union puts a lot of input into provincial and federal lobbying. However we don’t do a lot, if anything, at the…

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